Nelson kids enjoyed the cool waters of the Gyro Park Pool on Tuesday afternoon as part of the Nelson & District Community Complex's Wee Adventures camp program. Sisters Karly

Wonderful Wee Adventures

Nelson kids enjoyed the Gyro Park Pool on Tuesday afternoon as part of the NDCC's Wee Adventures camp program.

Nelson kids enjoyed the cool waters of the Gyro Park Pool on Tuesday afternoon as part of the Nelson & District Community Complex’s Wee Adventures camp program.

Sisters Karly, Kara and Jasmine Westerhaug (above) enjoyed an inner tube race while Enzo Pensiero (below in shorts) skimmed his water carpet across the surface of the tot pool.

Jag Richard (below in pink) caught a ride with the Westerhaug sisters while upstairs Sailor Sawatzy demonstrated how to use a hole puncher for camp leader Hannah Lunn.

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